Available Options: The Fairchild V-770 shared many features and parts with the 6-390. 02-50AA-4 Parts Catalog L-440-1,-3,-5 and -7, Ki-2 - Army Type 93 Twin-engine Light Bomber, Scottish Aircraft and Engineering Company Ltd, F-84 Thunderjet, Thunderflash & Thunderstreak, Engines related, fuel, pumps, hydraulic and propellers. The Model 6-440-C5 (military designation L-440-5) that followed was designed with a higher compression ratio, made possible with the availability of a higher (87) Octane fuel. Click to enlarge. Our Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Virginia has reopened. Most of the discussion involved XH-1850 installation aspects in a single-engine, single-place pursuit aircraft. This object is not on display at the National Air and Space Museum. Although the Model 447-C had the distinction of receiving Department of Commerce Approved Type Certificate No.

Initially a manufacturer of radial engines designed by Harold Caminez, whose earlier career was at the U.S. Army’s McCook Field, Fairchild later became a successful manufacturer of air-cooled in-line aircraft engines. This construction was to be a hallmark of all future Fairchild engines.

The 6-440C-2 model, initially certified on 65 octane fuel, produced 175 hp at 2,450 rpm and weighed 355 lb. Ranger was directed to deliver specifications and drawings to Materiel Command to by 15 Mar 1943. Visit us in Washington, DC and Chantilly, VA to explore hundreds of the world’s most significant objects in aviation and space history.

The first model in the 6-440 series was the 130 kW (175 hp) 6-440-C2 (military designation L-440-1), certificated in July 1939. The Chrysler 400 had a 4.32-inch bore and a 3.75-inch stroke. ), Width 54.4 cm (21.4 in. The British Columbia Aviation Museum Society is dedicated to preserving aircraft and artefacts.

$i=$i+1; if ($i%2 == 1) { 02-50AA-4 Parts Catalog L-440-1,-3,-5 and -7 202-633-2214, 14390 Air and Space Museum Parkway The Ranger is an American six-cylinder, in-line air cooled engine offering 200 hp. We collect, restore and display aircraft and artefacts related to the history of aviation in Canada, with emphasis on British Columbia aviation history.

The Fairchild Aerial Camera Corporation of Farmingdale, Long Island, New York, entered the aircraft engine business in 1925 by forming the Fairchild-Caminez Engine Corporation to develop and produce a novel air-cooled, 4-cylinder, 4-stroke radial that Harold Caminez had prototyped for the US Army Air Corps. With a bore of 5.625", a stroke of 4.500", and a compression ratio of 5.2:1, the Model 447-C displaced 447.3 in³, produced 120 hp at 960 rpm, and weighed 340 lb. Sorry, there was a problem.

The Fairchild 6-390 was similar to the 6-370, but had a 4.000" bore and a displacement of 386.4 in³.

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1, it suffered from torque roughness and high piston side loads. Eventually, Ranger Engineering, a division of the Fairchild Engine & Airplane Corporation, took over manufacture of Ranger engines. The Fairchild-Caminez Model 447 converted reciprocating motion of the pistons into rotary motion by means of rollers on the pistons that followed a double-lobed cam on the output shaft. 02-50AA-3 Overhaul Instructions L-440-1,-3,-5, -7, -9 and -11, T.O. It received Approved Type Certificate No.

The engine was mainly produced for Fairchild's family of training aircraft in the mid-1930s. Add his or her name to the Museum’s Wall of Honor.

inverted air-cooled in-line piston engine, 200 hp: Length: 28 ft 0 in: Height: 10 ft 6 in: Wingspan: 36 ft 0 in: Range: 348 nmi: The Fairchild PT-19 “Cornell” was a primary trainer developed for the U.S. Army Air Force. NOTE: This Technical Order replaces T. O.

The Ranger 6-390 was refined through the B, C and D models. It also received Approved Type Certificate No. The crankcase was split through the crankshaft main bearing centerline, and provided seven main bearings saddles.